Posted in February 2012 …
A massive thank you to Nandos who are giving all wearers of Bosom Buds of Scotland pin badges a 10% discount on their meals! We held a very successful quiz night in Nandos recently, thanks to all who attended. £343.43 raised on the night!
Walk on fire for Bosom Buds of Scotland!
Bosom Buds of Scotland has announced its latest challenge… Raising money by walking on fire! The ritual of Firewalking dates back before many religions, and has been practiced throughout time by tribes and ancient cultures across the planet. The most well-documented users of the practice include Native American tribes, Tibetan monks and African tribes.The ritual … Continue reading
We hope you have all had a chance to see the Christmas decorations at The Centre, Livingston, which have been dedicated to Bosom Buds of Scotland. All monies received in the fantastic handbags will go to St John’s Oncology. A big thank you to everyone at The Centre for raising a magnificent £1,169.56. We are … Continue reading
Miss West Lothian announced!
Metja Bowes, from Armadale,is the new Miss West Lothian. She was crowned at the Grand Final in The Club, Broxburn, on Wednesday evening, 8th December. Runner-up was Catherine Dwyer and third placed was Susan Sives. The event raised £1,878 for Bosom Buds. Well done to everyone involved. Thank you very much to Eddie and his … Continue reading
Car Boot Sale, Linlithgow Fire Station
Despite the cold weather we raised £284 through car booters, tea coffee, cake and a tombola. Thank you to all concerned with a special thanks to Derek, Andrew and Dave.
A huge Thank You! Livingston Shopping Centre Abseil
A huge Thank You! Livingston Shopping Centre Abseil The Bosom Buds of Scotland Abseil was a huge success at The Centre Livingston. Thank you to everyone who helped make the day great. Jim of M & S Scaffolding who erected the scaffolding free of charge, very generous, thank you. Tel. no. 01294 835164. The guys … Continue reading
Great Scottish Run 2010
Thank you very much to staff from Burness LLP’s glasgow office for taking part in The Great Scottish Run 2010. The team included Fiona McAlister, David Pike, Stuart Arthur, Graeme Palmer and Paul Coyle who collectively raised more than £500 for the Bosom Buds! A big thank you to all concerned!
Take a fall for Bosom Buds!
Bosom Buds of Scotland has made the headlines lately with the launch of their newest event – the 70ft abseil from the roof of the The Centre in Livingston. Read up on some of the comments and check out our events page for more info on the abseil!
The Scotsman, 13 July 2010
Brave volunteers are being asked to put themselves forward for a charity abseil to raise money for cancer charity Bosom Buds